Tag Archives: Governor Yahaya Bello

COVID-19 Vaccine Meant To Kill Us, Says Gov Bello

Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State has cautioned Nigerians to beware of the COVID-19 vaccines, claiming that they were meant to kill people. Governor Bello, who is aspiring to become Nigeria’s President by 2023, raised the alarm ahead of today’s meeting of all the 36 governors to decide on the commencement of the vaccination exercise across the country.  The Federal Government ...

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Kogi Assembly Urges Gov Bello To Contest 2023 Presidential Election

The Kogi State Assembly has urged Governor Yahaya Bello to contest the 2023 Presidential election. The lawmakers made the call after passing a motion to this effect during plenary, in Lokoja, on Wednesday. House Majority Leader, Hassan Abdullahi, while moving the motion said the call was predicated on the sterling performance of the Governor since he assumed office in 2016. ...

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Edo, Visa Ban And Demystification Of A Godfather

Casmir Igbokwe Edo State will make a good study in political chicanery of godfathers. Before the governorship election held on Saturday, September 19, 2020, it was as if war would break out in the state. The godfather himself, Adams Oshiomhole, pranced about the state in campaign summersault. Recall that, four years ago, the immediate past national chairman of the All Progressives ...

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Kogi: Anxiety As Supreme Court Decides Bello’s Fate On Monday  

An air of uneasiness currently envelops Kogi State as parties to the dispute over the last governorship election in the state anxiously await the verdict of the Supreme Court scheduled to be handed down on Monday. The nation’s apex court is expected to deliver two judgments on the two surviving appeals on the dispute over whether or not the candidate ...

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COVID-19 A Hoax, Says Gov Bello Of Kogi  

Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello has said the fear of Coronavirus kills faster than the virus itself. According to him, a virus that has killed 510,909 people worldwide as of Tuesday was an “imported” illness that was “forced on people” to shorten their lifespan. The governor disagreed with the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) over the death of the ...

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